The Bundanoon Bravehearts and Goulburn G-RAM-Pies competed against each other in a Scottish Highlands style heavy weight competition.
Residents from Warrigal Aged Care facilities in Bundanoon and Goulburn came together at the Bundanoon facility to compete against each other.
The games featured a kettle bell relay, heavy rope pull sprint, a pedal sprint and a weighted ball toss, with all competitors between the ages of 80-90 years-old.'
Supporters and family members travelled to see their loved ones compete.
Goulburn G-RAM-Pies took an early lead with an impressive round of kettle bell carries but the Bundanoon Bravehearts fought hard, eventually securing the win with strong displays in the weighted ball toss and pedal sprints.
Residents such as Phil, 81, and Margaret, 91, worked through their health issues to participate on the day.
Margaret who won her heat in the heavy rope pull, didn't let her arthritis get in the way.
Phil who a had a stroke a year ago and has been learning to walk again said that he's been working out at the gym in preparation of the big day.
"I've had such a great day, it made going to the gym worth it," he said.
Warrigal executive team member Craig Smith said he was extremely proud of the partnership between Warrigal and Guide Healthcare for putting together and hosting events that puts the resident's health and happiness first.
Physiotherapist and managing director of Guide Healthcare, Simon Kerrigan said it was one of his favourite days he's had in working in aged healthcare.
"Today was the culmination of 10 weeks of planning, preparation and hard work by many but my goodness it was worth it," he said.
"Seeing residents so energised and and happy was easily my favourite day.
"This event has made me extremely proud of working in the aged healthcare industry."